April and Mark Booth’s plans for Jen are laid bare, as well as their jealousy over the fact that she’s a ‘perfect’ Hulk. Jen has the looks, Jen has the smarts – and she has the strength. All of the power of the Hulk with none of the weaknesses. Yet in their attempt to copy Jen’s power, tragedy is about to strike.

I’m not the only one furious at writer Rainbow Rowell for giving us something we’ve desperately wanted for so long – and in such a beautifully written and illustrated way – only to then cruelly take it from us.

Nope, Jen is angry too; even going so far as to fall back on an old habit and break the fourth wall to admonish Rowell directly.

It’s a neat touch that brings an important aspect of the title character back – as well as articulating the reader’s feelings too.

And despite enjoying the hell out of Rowell’s She-Hulk series, this issue broke my heart.

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